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Despite the apparent agreement among late nineteenth- and early twentieth-
century experts that there was a connection between emotional states and
cancer, interest waned in the face of general anesthesia, newly developing
Anyone who has had an ulcer is aware of how it acts as a feedback device for
emotional overload, an index of the "state of the organism," because pain from
the ulcer is most likely to occur when one is tense or anxious. A physician friend
THE EMOTIONAL COMPONENTS OF PAIN Pain also has a close relationship to
emotional states. We had a vivid example of this with a patient who came to us
very close to death. Frederick was a physician in his mid-forties who had bowel ...
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This book profiles the typical "Cancer personality": how an individual's reaction to stress and other emotional factors can contribute to the onset and progress of cancer--and how positive ... Läs hela recensionen
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The Search for the Causes of Cancer
The Link Between Stress and Illness
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